Ms Marvel blasted for distorting Pakistan-India partition story
July 1, 2022 08:05 PM
Ms Marvel is an American web series by Bisha K. Ali. The popular Mini Web Series has been streaming on Disney. The web series' plot is based on the Marvel character. Latest episode of the series is under fire on twisting Pakistan-India partition narrative.
The online series' latest episode depicts the 1947 split of India and Pakistan. The series clearly twists the history of the Indo-Pak subcontinent's separation.
The depiction of reality was warped. When Kamala mentioned in the scenario, "My passport is Pakistani, my roots are in India," her grandmother said, "And in between all of this, there is a line marked with blood and pain, people are claiming their identity based on a notion some Englishmen had when they were departing the nation."
The fact that the historical context of the partition has been misrepresented has outraged all of Ms Marvel's Pakistani admirers. Pakistanis claimed that they could see how makers were biased towards their country. They claimed that these writers, who are British and Pakistani, should change their facts because they are only writing for an Indian audience. Pakistanis find the conversations between Kamala and her grandmother repulsive.
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One person said, “I’m sorry but the opinion they offered of why partition happened is utterly inaccurate and really anti-Pakistani,” Grandmother and Kamala's conversation is a slap in the face of Pakistan”, another person claimed that “This is why Westerners shouldn't be in control of creating films based on Pakistani culture, rejecting Quaid's plan for the country in its entirety.” All Pakistani Ms. Marvel supporters are furious over changing history to appease the poisonous and obnoxious Indian audience. People were upset in the discussion because a small group of Englishmen completely ignored Muslim fight for Islamic ideology. One website user said that “Ms. Marvel Ep. 4 is whitewashing history and promoting lies, “We don't want this kind of representation.
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